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Garbage Men & Women Doing Good in the Community
Here you will find a selection of our stories from the communities we serve and the environmental heroes who are part of the Meridian Waste team.
Karen Turner of the Petersburg Customer Care department is the July 2020 Employee of the month for Meridian Waste Virginia. Turner has been with the company since November 2012, serving the local area for nearly eight years. Turner learned about the kudos when the team surprised her in her office. “Karen is the heart of our residential business, she brings the sunshine to work with her every day,” said Area President Nathan Geldner.
As a company, we appreciate when our customers give us a Shout Out for a job well done. There is something extra-special about a handwritten note.
Meridian Waste is dedicated to the safety of our employees and the communities they serve. Tip #3 focuses on Transfer Station safety.
Lunenburg Landfill just upgraded its scale house on Friday, June 5, 2020.
Neora V., age 8, of St. Johns, Fla., won the Meridian Waste Earth Day nationwide Coloring Contest, age category 8-10, in April 2020.
Many people work outdoors in the Summer heat, including our essential environmental services workers. In addition to summer uniforms, provided to many Meridian Waste workers already in 2020, here are a few tips to keep cool and safe.
Jasoda M., age 6, of Jacksonville, Fla., won the Meridian Waste Earth Day nationwide Coloring Contest in April 2020. Her artwork was selected for her creative coloring and thoughtful additions: She gave both the sun and the Environmental Services Worker masks to help them stay safe!
Now, more than ever, safety is crucial both inside and outside the workplace, which is why the National Safety Council will still be recognizing National Safety Month® in June.
Meridian Waste Virginia is proud to announce that Joyce Price is the recipient for Employee of the Month for May.
The Company successfully merged two Virginia Department of Environmental Quality permits for older Materials Recovery Facilities (MRFs), Blue Ridge Disposal PBR 104 and Resource Management Group PBR 565, respectively, into one permit and built the new facility under the requirements of the PBR 104 permit number. The beneficial result was to improve operational efficiencies and noticeably improve aesthetics. The new building is significantly larger incorporating a number of safety and efficiency improvements.
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